Apr 15, 2011

Put Your Trash to Good Re-Use

Put Your Trash to Good Re-Use

This Earth Week, we've partnered with TerraCycle to turn your trash into affordable, eco-friendly products.

Apr 26, 2013

Federal Officers Inspect Packages for Invasive Plant, Animal Species

Federal Officers Inspect Packages for Invasive Plant, Animal Species

Federal officers in Queens inspect packages, making sure the environment stays free of invasive plant and animal species that could harm our local ecosystems. Marc Santia reports.

Apr 26, 2013

Catering Company's Eco-Friendly Truck Helped During Sandy

Catering Company's Eco-Friendly Truck Helped During Sandy

A Manhattan catering company has found that going green is not only good for the environment, it's also good for business. But the real payoff came during Sandy, when the company was able to keep making rounds...

Apr 24, 2013

New Battery Packs Store Green Energy

New Battery Packs Store Green Energy

New battery packs could help return power to the electrical grid. KGW's Keely Chalmers reports.

Apr 25, 2013

Junkyard Trash Turns to Art

Junkyard Trash Turns to Art

With his castoff treasures rattling in the cart, Ben Cowden wheeled back toward his art studio in San Francisco's Recology Recycling Plant to continue work. Joe Rosato Jr. reports on a man who turns others trash...

Apr 23, 2013

First Chevy Volt Electric Car Gets 450 MPG in NJ

First Chevy Volt Electric Car Gets 450 MPG in NJ

The first owner of a Chevrolet Volt says he's getting the equivalent of 450 miles per gallon out of the electric car.

Apr 23, 2013

Human Causes of Global Warming Date Back to 1800s, Study Finds

Human Causes of Global Warming Date Back to 1800s, Study Finds

A long-term global cooling trend ended in the late 1800s—a reversal that cannot be explained by natural variability alone, according to a new study published in Nature Geoscience.

Apr 23, 2013

Celebrating Earth Day

Celebrating Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day, Scientific American has published an e-book called "The Future of Energy: Earth, Wind, and Fire."

Apr 23, 2013

Cemetery for Green-Friendly Burials

Cemetery for Green-Friendly Burials

A cemetery in Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia, has become environmentally friendly for burials.

Apr 22, 2013

SI Students Honored for Environmental Work

SI Students Honored for Environmental Work

Students at P.S. 57 spent part of their day getting dirty, and learning about sustainability and environmental protection. Tom Llamas reports.

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